Inspired on Cuban posters by the talented and prolific graphic artist Eduardo Muñoz Bachs, Transmogrifier glyphs were hand painted with a thin brush, using loose, fast strokes.
This font is packed with lots of contextual and stylistic alternates that automatically transmogrifies the letters as you write (in OpenType savvy applications).
It’s also possible to pick the alternates by hand and set the text the way you like better. Choice is yours, and there are plenty of alternates to choose from, just perfect for creating original handlettered-looking designs.
The font also brings a set of rough pictures based in charcoal sketches from Shniedewend & Lee Company, 1888. They were also hand painted using the same thin brush as the letters, making it a natural complement.
Let the transmogrification begin!
1960s, 1970s, Font, Fun, Groovy, Handwritten, Wacky